Before I began writing it down, I wondered why we don’t have a term for female bonding? We have films showing bromance. But when it comes to women, there’s nothing called a “sis-mance”. And this despite seeing enough girlie camaraderie onscreen that has given us friendship goals on more occasions than one.
We try and recall the films which showed female bonding in the most beautiful manner. Yes, they were no less close-knit than any of our bromance films like Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara or Dil Chahata Hai. Read on.
Rani met Vijaylaxmi in Paris. And after initial shockers about the way Vijay led her life, Rani formed an amicable bond in her. Vijay became her solace, to whom she could recite the story of teetotaller Gupta uncle and vent her frustration out through a “Hungama” dance. In Rani’s life, Vijaylakshmi is not just the hot chick who teaches her how to look good, she is the “guy” who makes Rani feel good about herself. She calls and treats Rani as the Queen. In fact, she even addresses her as a Queen infront of a hooker. Didn’t we love when Vijay came to send Rani off at the railway station wearing her kurti? They were not just friends. Vijay was Rani’s guardian angel.